Gabriella Pigozzi
Gabriella Pigozzi
Associate Professor of Computer Science, UniversitÚ Paris-Dauphine, France
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Introduction to normative multiagent systems
G Boella, L Van Der Torre, H Verhagen
Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory 12 (2-3), 71-79, 2006
441*2006
Belief merging and the discursive dilemma: an argument-based account to paradoxes of judgment aggregation
G Pigozzi
SYNTHESE-DORDRECHT- 152 (2), 285-298, 2006
2142006
On judgment aggregation in abstract argumentation
M Caminada, G Pigozzi
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 22 (1), 64-102, 2011
1172011
Judgment aggregation: a primer
D Grossi, G Pigozzi
Synthesis Lectures on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning 8 (2), 1-151, 2014
1032014
Ten philosophical problems in deontic logic
J Hansen, G Pigozzi, L Van Der Torre
Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, 2007
1032007
Normative framework for normative system change
G Boella, G Pigozzi, L van der Torre
Normative framework for normative system change, 169-176, 2009
852009
Preferences in artificial intelligence
G Pigozzi, A Tsoukias, P Viappiani
Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence 77 (3-4), 361-401, 2016
732016
Judgment aggregation rules based on minimization
J Lang, G Pigozzi, M Slavkovik, L van der Torre
Proceedings of the 13th conference on theoretical aspects of rationality andá…, 2011
682011
Normative systems in computer science. ten guidelines for normative multiagent systems
G Boella, G Pigozzi, L van der Torre
Normative Multi-Agent Systems, Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings 09121, 2009
552009
Controlled revision-an algorithmic approach for belief revision
D Gabbay, G Pigozzi, J Woods
Journal of Logic and Computation 13 (1), 15-35, 2003
452003
Reliable methods of judgement aggregation
S Hartmann, G Pigozzi, J Sprenger
Journal of Logic and Computation 20 (2), 603-617, 2010
412010
Two aggregation paradoxes in social decision making: the Ostrogorski paradox and the discursive dilemma
G Pigozzi
Episteme: A Journal of Social Epistemology 2 (2), 33-42, 2005
272005
Belief merging, judgment aggregation and some links with social choice theory
D Eckert, G Pigozzi
Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, 2005
252005
Manipulation in group argument evaluation (Extended Abstract)
M Caminada, G Pigozzi, M Podlaszewski
Proceedings of Tenth International Conference on Autonomous Agents andá…, 2011
21*2011
A complete conclusion-based procedure for judgment aggregation
G Pigozzi, M Slavkovik, L van der Torre
International Conference on Algorithmic DecisionTheory, 1-13, 2009
212009
Five guidelines for normative multiagent systems
G Boella, G Pigozzi, L van der Torre
Proceedings of JURIX 2009-The 22nd International Conference on Legalá…, 2009
212009
An implementation of basic argumentation components
G Pigozzi, M Caminada, M Podlaszewski
AAMAS 2011, 2011
19*2011
A partial taxonomy of judgment aggregation rules and their properties
J Lang, G Pigozzi, M Slavkovik, L van der Torre, S Vesic
Social Choice and Welfare 48 (2), 327-356, 2017
182017
Introduction to judgment aggregation
D Grossi, G Pigozzi
Lecture Notes for ESSLLI 11, 50, 2011
182011
Belief merging and judgment aggregation
G Pigozzi
162015
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